There is a debate going on.
You’ve probably the noticed food labels when grocery shopping. GMO Free. Non-GMO Project. GMO stands for genetically modified organisms. The use of GMOs in food is one of the most researched, debated, controversial and often emotionally charged topics you can find on the Internet. And for good reason.
There are websites, writers and researchers that support the safety of GMOs. And there are websites, writers and researchers that believe — just as emphatically — that GMOs are dangerous.
How can research on the same topic produce exact opposite results?
With such conflicting information, it’s hard to know what the facts are, what to believe, and who to trust. It’s hard to find answers, and even after reading the research, I still have questions.
If you’re like me, then you want answers to your questions about GMOs.
You ask tough questions and want to know both sides of the story. You want to make informed decisions.
GMO Watch is a place to get information from both sides of this debate. And I want that information to be easy to understand. While we’re at it . . . a sense of humor would be nice, too!
The package wouldn’t be complete without your voice.
Join the discussion.
So there you have it. That’s why I’m here. Let’s start talking.